Police Scanner App for WM in Development
In the last few years , we have seen requests for many types of apps on XDA. Among these, there seemed to be a large amount of requests regarding police apps (radar detectors, speedcam softwares, and many more). XDA member Martin25 has started to develop one on his own. Police Scanner will try to pick up police communications so that you can listen to what they are saying. It is in very early stages of development and the dev is encountering several road blocks. However, if you think you can help, you could lend a hand to a fellow dev to make this app a reality. There is an early beta provided by the dev, so give it a go.
hey all iv taken on the task of trying to make a police scanner app,
im doing it in html and having problems making embedded wmp to do anything
inc play a mp3
no sure if its my computer as when i have my pda linked via active sync i can view web pages but any streams from like youtube try to connect but fail
im also working on a dropdown script to bring up an alert box with police codes…
You can find more information in the development thread.
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